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Arthur Topham, a Canadian and resident of British Columbia, was charged in 2012 under the Criminal Code with “willfully promoting hatred” for some of his articles at his site, Radical Press.

On September 24, 2014, the Ontario Civil Liberties Association has publicly come out in support of Topham’s right to free expression and has created an online petition that already has nearly 200 signatories in under 24 hours (including myself).

Amazingly, he was charged in part for producing a satirical version of the seriously intended 1941 book, Germany Must Perish!, which actually called for the forced sterilization of Germans, calling it Israel Must Perish!, and replacing all references to Germans with Jews, to show the political and ethnic motivations behind these “hate crime” charges.

He was also charged in part for reproducing the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, despite it being sold on Amazon.ca and in Canadian brick-and-mortar bookstores.

The petition calls upon the British Columbia Attorney-General to retract her consent for the criminal proceedings against Topham, since such consent is required for any “hate crime” charges, directly illustrating the political nature of these charges.

For an extensive interview with Topham on his charges and other issues, see this December 2013 interview conducted by Canadian journalist, Joshua Blakeney.

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Alan HartDennis Fetcho, host of Inside the Eye Live! on Oracle Broadcasting, and an American living in Amman, Jordan, interviewed Alan Hart, author of the three volume series, Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews, on the November 17, 2012 episode of his show.

In this fascinating interview, Alan Hart recounted:

– His career with the BBC, and what he wasn’t allowed to say
– How Zionism fuels anti-Semitism (I don’t personally use this term, since Semites includes Arabs)
– How Israel is a Zionist state, and not a Jewish state
– His friendship with former Israeli Prime Minister, Golda Meir, and how he told her that if Israel continued as it did in the West Bank, there could be jackboots (like the Nazis)
– Jimmy Carter’s statement to him that an American president had two opportunities to take on the Zionist lobby — the first 9 months in his first term and the last year of his second term, should he have one
– His publication of a quotation by Yasser Arafat that being the head of the PLO was like being the only customer in a brothel with 22 prostitutes (the leaders of the 22 Arab countries)
– His belief that Jews are generally the intellectual leaders of the Western world, and Palestinians are the intellectual leaders of the Arab world, and that if they combined forces, they could truly be a powerful force for good
– His admission that he didn’t come out with what he really thought about 9/11 prior to the publication of his book, so that he wouldn’t be smeared as a “conspiracy theorist”
– His two views about 9/11: That it was either a real operation by Muslims and was later co-opted or that it was a false flag operation from the beginning, with a heavy neo-con influence

Alan Hart is also a regular contributor to the free Canadian e-weekly, the Canadian Charger, whose 2012 fundraiser I recently attended.

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Rabbi Ovaid YosefFox News picked up this August 21, 2012 Associated Press article, Top Israeli official talks Iran options with senior rabbi, but never reported on what that very same rabbi said as reported in the October 18, 2010 Jerusalem Post article, Yosef: Gentiles exist only to serve Jews:

The sole purpose of non-Jews is to serve Jews, according to Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, the head of Shas’s Council of Torah Sages and a senior Sephardi adjudicator.

“Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel,” he said in his weekly Saturday night sermon on the laws regarding the actions non-Jews are permitted to perform on Shabbat.

According to Yosef, the lives of non-Jews in Israel are safeguarded by divinity, to prevent losses to Jews.

“In Israel, death has no dominion over them… With gentiles, it will be like any person – they need to die, but [God] will give them longevity. Why? Imagine that one’s donkey would die, they’d lose their money.

This is his servant… That’s why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew,” Yosef said.

“Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat.

That is why gentiles were created,” he added.

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Thanks to the Celtic Rebel of Oracle Broadcasting for revealing this clip on his April 25, 2012 Live Free or Die Radio episode that someone had put together on YouTube.

In response to a caller reading a list of prominent Jewish names, Alex Jones first says:

I’m not gonna sit here and get into mass hatred of Jews.

Then, from another show, with absolute rage in his voice:

The Mexicans want to destroy America. They hate this country with an absolute passion.

For more on Alex Jones, see my articles:

1) A noticeable drop in editorial quality at Infowars.com
2) Incredibly misleading Infowars.com headlines
3) An obvious editorial shift at Infowars.com regarding Israel

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From his March 22, 2012 Radio Liberty broadcast (at 4:17):

Dr. Stan MonteithIt was 1962 when I heard an old man talking about how the media was controlled. He talked about Operation Keelhaul, where some 6 million Russians were rounded up, living in America and in Europe and Canada at the end of the Second World War. There were Russians who had either been captured by the Nazis or had gone over to the Nazis. And they were sent back to Stalin to be killed. It was something called Operation Keelhaul. I’d never heard of Operation Keelhaul. I’d heard of the Holocaust and 6 million Jews. I never heard of Operation Keelhaul. You can read about it on the Net. It’s suppressed to this very day.

For recent news on Dr. Stan Monteith, listen to the interview I arranged for him with Dr. Peter Duesberg, after 15 long years of him trying to get him on.

I’ve been a guest on his show twice. On November 2, 2011, I championed Canadian political success stories, and on September 22, 2010, I shot holes in gun control arguments.

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Rachael RudolphRachael Rudolph, professor of political science, was on The Progressive Radio News Hour with Stephen Lendman on the January 26, 2012 episode, and said of Saudi Arabia, where she is researching her upcoming book (at 12:01 of the archive):

This is one place, this is one country that I feel at home, just like I do in the United States.

She completely evaded his direct question about whether you can travel there as a tourist (you can’t, since there are no tourist visas), and she said she wishes more Americans would travel there. But if you feel at home there just like in the United States, what’s the point of traveling so far?

Yes, it’s just like the United States — except for those small details about women not being able to vote, hold office or drive a car.

Lendman asked her, whether he as a Jew, was allowed to visit there, saying he didn’t think he could. She embarrassingly responded that she thought that’s since changed. What a progressive country — to allow Jews to travel there now! Nevermind that it’s completely un-Islamic to bar all Jews from any Islamic country, since they are considered ahl al-Kitab (People of the Book), and accorded a special status in Islam, according to the Qur’an itself.

She got miffed when he asked her the customary question about women not being permitted to drive, saying how liberating it is to not have to worry about that. Yes, it’s great when you have the money to afford a driver, I suppose.

I’ve been to that part of the world — specifically Jordan several times, but you’re not going to hear me say I feel at home there just like I do in Canada.

While there are some aspects of Jordan’s economy that are more free enterprise than Canada’s, I’m not going to say I feel at home there just like I do here.

While women can vote, hold office and drive a car in Jordan, it doesn’t come anywhere close to the freedom of speech and of the press that Canada has, and those are among my highest priorities in feeling comfortable in living in another country as more than just a visitor.

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On Sunday, November 8, 2009, in The Sunday Times, Goldman Sachs’ CEO, Lloyd Blankfein, said he was doing “God’s work.” How accurate is his claim?

Mr. Blankfein is Jewish, as this jinsider.com article states, entitled, “Top Wall Street Jew: Lloyd Blankfein.” The oldest and most authoratative source to test his claim would be the Torah — the five books of Moses.

In the Torah, specifically in Deuteronomy, chapter 15, verses 1 to 3, we have the following English translation from the New International Version:

1. At the end of every seven years you must cancel debts.
2. This is how it is to be done: Every creditor shall cancel the loan he has made to his fellow Israelite. He shall not require payment from his fellow Israelite or brother, because the LORD’s time for canceling debts has been proclaimed.
3. You may require payment from a foreigner, but you must cancel any debt your brother owes you.

Therefore, in order for him to be doing God’s work, according to his religion, every seven years, he’d have to cancel all debts to fellow Israelites, now Jews, and keep them for all non-Jews. Where is the evidence Goldman Sachs is doing this? I can’t find any. In fact, I can only find evidence to the contrary. Namely, that all debts are kept past seven years for Jews and non-Jews alike.

For those who will argue that the Torah no longer applies to Jews, or that they can pick and choose which commandments to follow, that would indeed come as a surprise to Orthodox Jews, who I believe, rightly follow all of the Torah. Otherwise, what authority does anyone have to pick and choose which commandments of God to follow, if indeed they all be from God, as Orthodox Jews claim. If the Torah is inauthentic, in whole or in part, then Mr. Blankfein needs to cite his evidence to justify his claim that he’s doing “God’s work,” when he’s not following one of his God’s commandments.

To those who would say that God’s commandments in the Torah don’t apply to the actions of those working as employees of corporations, one need look no further than Exodus 32, to see that such an excuse doesn’t wash. Cite me a single verse that shows the actions of individuals were excused as a result of their participation as a group. Indeed, Aaron was held accountable for the actions of his fellow Israelites in worshipping the Golden Calf, when Moses was up on Mount Sinai.

Finally, to those who would say that all religions are fantasy, including Judaism, I say to them, that’s irrelevant to whether Mr. Blankfein’s claim that he’s doing God’s work should be held up to scrutiny, based on his own beliefs about God.

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